Endorsed Non-partisan Independent Texans seal

Give the NOT ‘good ol’ boys’ the boot!

Do you vote halfheartedly, or not at all, because you don’t want to encourage them?

Then you must be an independent Texan — along with about a 42% plurality of Texas voters!

We’ve seen our country, state and cities hijacked by an unaccountable elite that holds itself above the people. But America was not created for the establishment, by the establishment. She is now and will always be of the people, by the people, and FOR the people.Screen Shot 2016-08-24 at 11.13.30 AM

Do you believe change starts with ENDING THE TWO PARTY STRANGLEHOLD on our electoral system? We do!

If you think you came to the right place, you can start by calling yourself by the right name – an independent Texan.

Independent Texans is not a political party. We are a political action committee, founded in 2001, dedicated to opening up electoral competition, not cornering the political marketplace. We do support and oppose candidates and ballot measures. We can also assist you in getting your candidate or measure on the ballot.

Now, declare your own independence by doing the Independent Texans’ Three-Step:

Step One: Subscribe to our email list like us on Facebook and visit our News section for all the latest independent Texas dish.

Step Two:  Become a member the League of Independent Voters of Texas, a non-profit membership association for independent non-aligned voters.

Step Three:  Invite us to your community or come to a local gathering — to grow the independent political movement from the bottom up!

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Don’t be hosed by SAWS of the San Antone Hose!

San Antonio Water System official, Robert Puente, told the Express News that it would cost “hundreds of millions of dollars” for San Antonio to get out of the $3.4B Vista Ridge water pipeline project. But the paper failed to ask Puente if this includes the $120 million for the pipeline that went missing last year […]

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Dust off your boots and get to this event Thursday!

We are sending you this alert to ask you to attend a meeting about the Waste Transfer in Cedar Creek THIS Thursday, November at 6:30 pm at the Cedar Creek Middle School, 126 Voss Parkway. We will also give you very important updates on the water wars, especially Vista Ridge/The San Antone Hose. We have […]

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Show Up Bastrop County!

SHOW UP, Y’ALL Bastrop & Cedar Creek residents! Have you witnessed or been part of traffic accidents in this area of Highway 21 and FM 812? We request your attendance at this urgently important meeting! Monday, Sept. 18, 7 pm Cedar Creek High School * This meeting was called by TCEQ A permit application is […]

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We have enough natural disasters, please don’t add man made ones!

WARNING! Bastrop County & Cedar Creek Residents! A permit application is on file with the TCEQ for a Waste Transfer Station in much of Cedar Creek’s flood plain and could be a traffic hazard! The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is considering granting a permit requested for a Waste Transfer Station to be placed […]

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Breaking News in Bastrop!

The City of Bastrop just filed an amended agenda item for tomorrow’s (Tuesday, August 15) meeting at 6:30 pm at City Hall. THE Bastrop City Council will hold an Executive Session to deliberate on the possible reassignment, disciplinary action or dismissal of the City Attorney. Whether this has anything to do with the Ethics Ordinance […]

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Austin is Not Developers’ Monopoly Board

Sign it, if you live in Austin

Austin is Not Developers' Monopoly Board

Dear Mayor Adler and Austin City Council Members:

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Why don't you share this with your friends, please:

Make Growth Pay for Itself

No Vista Ridge/San Antone Hose

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